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Japan's Inflation Is Hidden behind Central Bank–Financed Subsidies

Money and Banks

Overall, at least 50 percent of the consumer price index in Japan appears to be government controlled, which is reflected in the significant growth of government spending on subsidies.

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The First Economics Lesson

Political Theory

Blog01/01/2022

Economics is haunted by more fallacies than any other study known to man. This is no accident. 

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Why the Debt Ceiling Won't Limit Debt or Spending

Money and BanksTaxes and Spending

Blog01/01/2022

From its inception, the Fed's job has been to pay off the debt and cover excess expenditures with newly printed paper money.

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Could 2022 Bring the Collapse of the Euro?

Financial MarketsGlobal EconomyMoney and Banking

Blog01/01/2022

With the Eurozone’s global systemically important banks geared up to 30x, rising bond yields of little more than a few percent could collapse the entire euro system.

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How We Will Win

StrategyPolitical Theory

Blog12/31/2021

We will win. But how long will it take, and at what price victory?

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True Competition versus the Monopolist "Minimal State"

Blog12/31/2021

Suppose some people don't like the services furnished by a "minimal state." Don't these people have the right to establish their own services to compete with the minimal state?

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Last Day to Give in 2021!

Blog12/31/2021

The battle for true freedom will continue in 2022. Please take the last day of the year to support the institute's mission!

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Why Doesn't Increased Demand Bring More Supply?

U.S. Economy

Blog12/30/2021

In order to demand goods and services individuals must produce something useful first. Hence, supply drives demand and not the other way around. 

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